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 Milocampo I have no idea Louie, but here's a link to my recording of the 2000 show I saw. https://archive.org/details/MissingPersons2000-01-07KingmanAz Missing Persons Nov 13, 2019
 Milocampo https://archive.org/details/MissingPersons2000-01-07KingmanAz Missing Persons / Velvet Chain Nov 13, 2019
 Louie The Surfer Anyone have info on a Missing Persons show at the Roxy in L.A. around 1998? Missing Persons Nov 13, 2019
 Acey68 Maren Morris Setlist 11/9/19- Orlando, Fl. 1.Girl 2.80s Mercedes 3.All My Favorite People 4.To Hell & Back 5.I Wish I Was 6.The Middle (Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey cover) 7.I Could Use a Love Song 8.RSVP 9.Once 10.Rich 11.The Bones 12.My Church Miranda Lambert / Maren Morris / Pistol Annies / Tenille Townes Nov 12, 2019
 Acey68 Miranda Lambert Setlist 11/9/2019- Orlando, Fl. 1.Locomotive 2.Kerosene 3.Mess With My Head 4.Famous in a Small Town 5.It All Comes Out in the Wash 6.Vice 7.Bluebird 8.Heart Like Mine 9.Over You Pistol Annies set: 10.Takin' Pills 11.Hush Hush 12.Best Years of My Life 13.Got My Name Changed Back 14.Love Me 15.Hell on Heels 16.Gunpowder & Lead 17.Mama's Broken Heart 18.All Kinds of Kinds 19.The House That Built Me 20.The Way I Am (Merle Haggard cover) 21.Tequila Does 22.Automatic 23.White Liar 24.Little Red Wagon 25.Pretty Bitchin' 26.Fooled Around and Fell in Love (Elvin Bishop cover) Miranda Lambert / Maren Morris / Pistol Annies / Tenille Townes Nov 12, 2019
 Acey68 Elvis Costello gives hardcore fans the goods at St. Pete’s Mahaffey Theater And the encore didn’t suck either. by ERIC SNIDER NOV 11, 2019 4 PM Hardcore fans of early Elvis Costello — those who have his first eight albums tattooed in their gray matter — absolutely got the goods during his concert at the Mahaffey Theater Sunday night. Costello — along with his three-piece band, the Imposters, and two vivacious female backup singers — opened the show with eight consecutive songs off seven albums released from 1977 to 1983, including the highly familiar (“Accidents Will Happen,” “Clubland”), the less recognizable but nevertheless exquisite (“Watch Your Step”), and deep-dive album tracks (“Green Shirt,” “Charm School,” “Mystery Dance”). In all — and this is coming from a more casual Costello fan, but certainly an admirer — the concert was a solid three-star affair, with an appealing selection of tunes enlivened by the 65-year-old singer-songwriter’s easy rapport with the audience, the natural chemistry of his long-time band, and a sturdy vocal performance (albeit somewhat muddied in the sound mix). However, the concert, which clocked in at about an hour-and-40-minutes, didn’t quite reach full launch, came up short on the ecstatic moments and crescendos that make for a truly great live music experience. By and large, it was a rock and roll show — peppered with the appropriate dose of ballads, but leaving out Costello’s more arty and genre-bound material. For instance, the only LP not represented in the opening segment was 1981’s countri-fied Almost Blue. Dressed in a rumpled gray suit, with a red tie and white Stetson-style hat, Costello is far removed from the wired, in-your-face stage presence of his younger years. That can happen. Artists tend to breathe a little easier when they’re comfortably ensconced in legendhood and the world regards them as one of the top songwriters of their generation. Costello stuck closely to the recorded versions of the tunes, pushing the tempos a bit, but on one notable occasion took some liberties that paid off handsomely — he transformed the bouncy “Tears Before Bedtime” (from 1982’s Imperial Bedroom, my favorite Costello album) into a simmering R&B ballad that showcased the raw soul of the background vocalists. Mid-set, Costello adjourned to piano (with the women tagging along) and took a sharp veer into obscure-ville. He performed “The Greatest Love” by semi-legendary New Orleans R&B artist Lee Dorsey (without naming him), and then two numbers from a Broadway musical-in-progress, Face in the Crowd: The title song and the ballad “Blood & Hot Sauce.” Neither made much of an impression. This segment represented the show’s… let’s not call it a dead zone, but rather, a fuzzy, unfocused phase when audience members flocked to the bars and restrooms. Costello and company finished strong. With his side singers no longer off to the right but flanking him closely at center stage, he launched into a rousing set of uptempo tunes played medley-style. “This Year’s Girl” got things going, “Beyond Belief” raised the temperature further, and the momentum continued with “High Fidelity,” “Party Girl,” and “Pump It Up,” which got everyone out of their seats. “Mr. & Mrs. Hush,” a Motown-ish tune from last year’s Look Now album, fit right in, buoyed by the regular refrain “are you ready?” Without a pause, the ensemble lit into “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding,” which, um, went over quite well with the crowd. After stopping to regather, Costello eased into “Alison” with just his unamplified vocal and soft electric guitar. The rest of the band joined in, the volume jumped up, and while this version didn’t capture the tenderness of the original, it finished the concert on a feel-good note. Random postscript: This show was among a few recent concerts I’ve seen in the last year or so that dispensed with the ritual of leaving the bandstand and coming back for an encore. I like it. A truly extraordinary show might call for an impromptu encore, but as a staged event, why bother? In most cases, the act says its goodbyes then departs, the crowd cheers in obligation, the band comes back and plays another song or two. When you think about it, the ritual is antiquated and even kind of silly. Elvis Costello & The Imposters / Elvis Costello / Impostors Nov 12, 2019
 Acey68 1.Strict Time (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 2.Clubland (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 3.Green Shirt (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 4.Accidents Will Happen (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 5.Charm School (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 6.Watch Your Step (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 7.Tears Before Bedtime (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 8.Mystery Dance (Elvis Costello song) 9.Monkey to Man 10.Watching The Detectives 11.The Greatest Love (Lee Dorsey cover) 12.Blood & Hot Sauce (Elvis Costello song) 13.A Face in the Crowd (Elvis Costello song) 14.This Year's Girl (Elvis Costello song) 15.Beyond Belief (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 16.High Fidelity (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 17.Party Girl (Elvis Costello & The Attractions cover) 18.Pump It Up (Elvis Costello song) 19.Mr. and Mrs. Hush / Getting Mighty Crowded 20.(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding (Brinsley Schwarz cover) 21.Alison/I'm Going To Make You Love Me (Elvis Costello song) Elvis Costello & The Imposters / Elvis Costello / Impostors Nov 12, 2019
 Homicidal45 Set lists from set list.com are NOT accurate!!!!! HRH 13 Nov 11, 2019
 Hillmillenia I realize I’m getting old but I remember this show... the lineup was UFO, Gentle Giant, Gary Wright, Peter Frampton and Yes Yes Nov 11, 2019
 Randy Calderone Met all members of the band. New Zion Trio Nov 11, 2019
 Dulles Dhirt Also Bobby Hebb and the Cyrcle Beatles Nov 10, 2019
 Reid Schumacher Great show. Jason played on Woodin Ships with David’s band and David came out for Ohio with Jason and his band. Remarkable night. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit / David Crosby Nov 10, 2019
 Rock N Roll Rebel There was a Scorpion Cover band too The Iron Maidens / Slaterica Nov 09, 2019
 Rock N Roll Rebel there was an Alice Cooper cover band as well but can't remember their name The Iron Maidens / Slaterica Nov 09, 2019
 Rock N Roll Rebel Paid $75 for two tickets on the 5th row an hour before the show. this after getting hosed by a guy through Pay pal! Alice Cooper / Halestorm / Motionless In White Nov 09, 2019
 Neuikc STP was the all girl band not the shitty junky band. Sonic Youth / Nirvana / STP Nov 09, 2019
 Cdarby6 Played guilty by association Sunday Oloc 5yr plan What happened H2O / Lagwagon / Face To Face Nov 08, 2019
 Darkrin Considering this is 24 years ago at this point almost 25 ill do the best I can to remember the set list for now not in any order Undertow Followed Family picnic Crawl Space Cherry pie You really got me(to the end of the first chorus) should I stay or should I go(Jani on drums James Kottak Singing) heaven(acoustic Jani) I saw red(Danny White on keys) some times she cries(full band) stronger now Machine Gun Hole in my wall/We will rock you Uncle toms cabin Chameleon Mr. RainMaker Down boys There was another cover I can not remember it to save my life Warrant Nov 08, 2019
 Pedrochu Thanks to that asshole in the pit, I got hit in the jaw and started bleeding from my lip. I think my tooth are fine but I'm not sure lel Mayhem / Gaahls Wyrd / Gost Nov 08, 2019
 Sal Row 12 Best Concert EVER Hell Freezes Over Nov 08, 2019